January 9, 2006

Ann Arbor-to-Detroit mass transit report cites commuters' support-Metro group to proceed with study of a rail or bus system to meet demands for quick,

People who drive between Ann Arbor and Detroit would use public transportation as long as the ride were as quick as a car, the stations were convenient to their homes and workplaces and the service operated on a reliable schedule.

That's the gist of a recently released report on what about 250 people, government officials and mass transit advocacy organizations told officials from the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments during three public hearings aimed at upgrading public transportation options in southeast Michigan.
Artwork from Detroit News.
Ann Arbor-to-Detroit mass transit report cites commuters' support-Metro group to proceed with study of a rail or bus system to meet demands for quick, reliable service.

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